Snežana DABIĆ NIKIĆEVIĆ (f) is an Assistant Professor at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law where she teaches Civil Law – General Part, and Property Law. She holds an LL.B. (U. Belgrade), LL.M. (U. Belgrade), and a PhD (U. Belgrade) degree (doctoral thesis “Precontractual Duty to Inform”). Since joining the Faculty in 2011, she has been holding sessions in many subjects: Civil Law – General Part and Property Law, Law of Obligations and Legal Writing at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law (undergraduate studies), and Property Law at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Civil Engineering (master studies). Prior to that, she also gained practical experience in an international law firm seated in Belgrade. During her studies she was awarded a number of scholarships, including the DAAD scholarship for a one-month research stay at the Max Planck Institute for comparative and international Private Law in Hamburg (Germany) and a one-month research stay at the Europa-Institut of Saarland University. In addition to her scientific work, she is a member of, and acts as secretary of the Board of Serbian Arbitration Association. From May 2013 until October 2018 she had also been acting as Secretary of the Department of Civil Law. On two occasions she has been a part of the Accreditation Commission at the Faculty of Law (UB) – in 2012/13 as a member, and in 2018/19 as a coordinator. She is currently engaged in two projects: “Identity transformation of Serbia” and “Harmonising Serbian Business Law with the EU Law” (2018 – today). Snežana Dabić Nikićević is fluent in English and has an advanced level of French and German.
She is the author of numerous articles in the area of Civil Law, including following publications: “Precontractual Duty to Inform“, doctoral dissertation, Belgrade, 2018; “Legal Apprehension of the Relation Between Mistake And Guarantee For Hidden Defects In Comparative Court Practice”, Harmonising Serbian Business Law with the EU Law, Belgrade, 2018; „Precontractual Duty to Inform the Surety“, Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade, 2/2018; „Third Parties’ Fraud and Conclusion of Onerous Contracts“, Pravo i privreda, 10-12/2017; „The Waiver of Condition Subsequent“, Legal Life, 10/2016; „The Waiver of Condition Precedent“, Harmonius, 2016; „Legal Effects of Modification of Contracts by Potestative Condition“, Harmonius, 1/2014; „Legal Effects of Modification of Contracts by Suspensive Condition”, Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade, 2/2014.